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. >>guest: why would the president spent yesterday in michigan railing against something that the michigan legislature is going to do when we are facing a few days before going over the cliff? i don't get it. unless the president things he will gain in the short temperature -- term politically by going over the cliff but long term historians put the blame on the president of the up. it may look like a gain short term, but in the long run, is that really helpful to the president's reputation in 20 or 30 years they could not get a deal and push the country into another recession or a short-term recession? >> harry reid, the majority leader, would say very unlikely we would have a deal by christmas, ostensibly we are running out of days on the calendar. if that is the case and he quibbles that the republicans have not come up with specifics, are you against running to the clinton rates or are you okay where that if it avoids the hoops of looking for like revenue? >>guest: i am in favor of anything that gets an agreement. it seems to me, why are we focusing on that narrow part of this entire s
. you look at consumer confidence numbers from the university michigan and everyone is worried about the future because of the scare tactics that are coming from washington. >>neil: amazing. thank you very were. a footnote on the 40th anniversary, more than half of americans alive today were not even born at that time. on the 40th anniversary of the apollo launch the last guy to washington on the moon is talking to us. >> america's challenge of today, forging man's destiny, up a pile. >>neil: you look at the moon. you were the last human being to touch that surface. how does that make you feel? >>guest: humble. i don't look at the moon and say, what a great guy you are, i do it when you ask. >> we live. we came. god willing, we will return. this is for all mankind. godspeed, the crew of apollo 17. >> i am convinced the pace program will come back. >> the country needs something to look forward to, to be proud of. what can we do in 10,000 years? i grandmother in a farm in michigan had a ring telephone negotiation electricity, an outhours and she watched the first guy walk on the moon
of the labor movement, michigan, a union stronghold, the birth inflation of the united autoworkers union, but transformed to the nation's 24th right-to-work state, limiting union power and the guy the unions call a "rat" the michigan governor is here. now. >> welcome, big news, i am neil cavuto, 24 hours after governor snyder signed the right-to-work legislation into law, sparking all of the angry protests, it looks like the battle is just going. leave us alone. or we are coming for you. we are done. >>neil: some unions are out for a lot more than their point of view be but for blood and they are not holding back. and neither are state lawmakers. >> we are going to pass something that will undo 100 years of labor relations. there will be blood. >>neil: everyone should cool that. but is the governor worried about what he unlived? the michigan governor snyder with me now. are you surprised by this, governor? >>guest: it is good to be with you. i knew this is a divisive issue with a lot of protests before we started considering the bills. this is the right thing to do. it is actually is bei
heroes do. the michigan republican congressman who is here to say what his party shouldn't do. congressman, your fear came on taxes. don't do it. >>guest: given the deals we are talking abouts we should not cave on taxes when the amount of spending cuts over 10 years are a drop in the bucket. >>neil: so, when you lost the committee leadership assignment, did that opposition play into that? did speaker boehner say if you were quieter you would still be if a key role? >>guest: well, speaker boehner's staff have not talked to me. the only talking they have done is to the press off the record and anonymously so i have not heard anything directly from the speaker and, look be it is not about who will compromise or who will work with democrats or who will do what is right for our country is what matters. right now, the kind of things we hear from both the speaker and the president are not what is great for our country. we need were bigger spending cuts, we can talk about taxes but it needs to be part of a larger deal that balances our budget. >>neil: so, congressman, you are not ave
the bull's eye was across iowa and wisconsin and michigan where some spots saw up to 20" of snow so a big one, and that is good news because they need it. the crops need it, but if you trying to get home this is what is left. a little bit of rain across northern new england. behind it is a lot of colder air and the cold air moves over the great lakes and that turns into snow so we have lake effect snow all weekend. you hit one of the bands it could be deep and you drive another three miles or four miles and you do not have anything. we have storm advisory in appalachians and lake erie. and then to the west, looking good for everyone but northern california and southern oregan, major rain and major snow for the next five days, another maybe 8" to 10" of rain and 4' to 8' of snow. the next storm will be on christmas day where we could have snow in oklahoma and arkansas for christmas turning into a white christmas and hopefully everyone will be home by then. >>neil: so the world did not end. so far. the mayans are wrong. but did this guy's career end? if a tax hike on millionaires cannot pas
outside this -- violent protest ins michigan but it's what happened to the next guest in the deal. clint is a hot dog vendor hired by a group supporting the right to work law to serve famous hot dogs but when union protesters tore his tent down he came under attack and now the story is getting out. thousands of dollars are pouring into donations to make things right. clint, good to have you. what happened, clint? >> first of all, afp hired me to sell hot dogs and that's what i do. i've been doing it 16 years. >> americans for pro prosperity. >> yes. >> and i set up about 10:00 tuesday morning and by 10:30 i was ready to serve. i served my first hot dog about 10:30. shortly after that, people were coming in, everything was going just great. about 11:30, quarter to 12:00 two guys came in, one had like a devil's mask on and the other guy had a face mask on. so they came in and he took his mask off. i thought it was a joke or something. like they was clowning around. i gave them a hot dog, both ate their hot dogs and three minutes later they were turning over the coffee urn next to my stand
with the heaviest in missouri, milwaukee, chicago, and michigan, with 572 flights canceled in the chicago area, nearly twice the amount nation-wide. we are all over it. we begin with jeff in the windy city. >> from the heart of the business district downtown chicago is bracing for what is the first big concern step storm of the season. we thought make we would caught in get one but it is headed if us now the biggest population center in the midwest, take a look at the pictures at o'hare where already a mess ensued and tomorrow morning it is worse, already 1,000 flights, more than 1,000 flights, canceled nationwide and most of those already at o'hare. tomorrow morning, it will be awful with gusts of wind up to 50 or 60 miles per hour. i love that kind of weather but it will not be pretty. and what about christmas packages? ups' biggest shipping day of the year already today and that means tomorrow is also a huge day and right in the middle of the country where much of the packages go through is if a mess right now in the airports which are a mess. the package could be delayed. down chicago here
. >> and another from men michigan, you are my super hero the only one who insists the questions be asked and answered. >> and another, please stop being so rude, you make me ashamed to call myself a conservative. >> you make me ashamed to think as a conservative you would accept the congresswoman's constant dodging. >> and another, from ted, you deserve a raise. she was more difficult than the i-man. >> no one is as difficult as 9 -- i-man. >> she is an idiot for blathering but you are a bigger it idea for inviting her. >> and right after that exchange i had a double shot of scotch and you look better blurred. everything does. >> i can well understand you reaching for the bolt but sometimes with guests like that, so do i. not during the show. the problem is, we have politicians who are drunk on spending and i am saying, perhaps rudely, is that they have to sober up otherwise the country is going down. that doesn't noon i am saying we should not see taxes at part of the deal. as i have said many times elections do have consequences, and one of the consequences of this election is that vot
't happen. the places that you see the cancel legislations are the destination. ohio, michigan, indiana, stretching all the way to the eastern seaboard. if that city is socked in, there's where the flights are canceled. it's a serious storm. you might have mentioned six people were killed, mostly people who elected to get out on the roadways. these are states like iowa, indiana, central illinois, where more than a foot of snow came on down. all of those people who made it to destinations for christmas are trying to get home. between them and home is snow, ice, and gusts up to 50 miles an hour. this is a storm that whipped up tornadoes, 34 in the southern united states. places like churches, fortunately they missed midnight mass. we had several churches destroyed. a lot of structures were destroyed by the force of this storm. hundreds of thousands of people are without power and the storm is still at work steaming up to the eastern seaboard. >> from chicago to philadelphia where 150 flights have been canceled at philadelphia international alone. victoria, the airport spokesperson, the la
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